From Kook Science
Reincarnation (Latin: re, "again" + incarnare, "to make flesh") is the process through, in the most general terms, which it is believed that the spirit (soul) of a deceased being is brought into a new corporeal existence as a living being. This may be distinguished from transmigration, or a walk-in, where a possessing spirit takes over a physical body that the original spirit has vacated by some means.
By their own accounts
- Cyrus Teed (1839-1908), also known as Koresh, the reincarnation of the Prophet Elijah;
- John Armstrong Chaloner (1862-1935), the reincarnation of Napoleon Bonaparte;
- Joan Grant (1907-1989), various incarnations, including Sekhet-a-Ra, or Meri-Nyet (Merneith), an Egyptian royal and descendant of Meniss (Menes) during the Egyptian First Dynasty;
- Arthur C. Lingelbach, the reincarnation of "the brother of the engineer who built the Pyramids" (per Alma Nelson, channel of Suda, "Son of Solitude of the Lost Isle of Atlantis");
- Boriska Kipriyanovich, the reincarnation of a Martian who lived during Earth's Lemurian period.